Case Study: Topic 10 Nasser

In 1952 a coup brought down King Farouk of Egypt; the new military regime introduced a series of modernising reforms and also challenged the West's influence in the country and in the region as a whole. General Gamal Abdel Nasser created a state with characteristics of other authoritarian states of the 20th century.

1. Nasser: Emergence of Authoritarian states

In 1952 a military coup, also known as the Egyptian Revolution brought down the monarch, King Farouk.

2. Nasser: Consolidation and maintenance of power

Nasser's harsh treatment of opposition alongside his charismatic leadership were important for consolidating his power at home; his leadership on the foreign stage, and particularly the outcome of the...

3. Nasser: Aims and results of policies

Nasser had ambitious aims for both Egypt and for the Arab world. His success in achieving these aims was mixed, but he nevertheless remained overwhelmingly popular and his death in 1970 was mourned throughout...

Nasser: Essay planning for Paper 2

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